Steven Leibowitz, MD
  • 100 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 747, Los Angeles, California,90024
    310-272-0808
  • 653 Town Center Drive, Suite 102, Las Vegas, Nevada,89144
    702-242-5555
  • 8641 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 312, Beverly Hills, California,90211
    310-272-0808
  • 5301 Truxton Avenue, Suite 200, Bakersfield, California,93309
    661-412-2322
  • 299 N. Pecos Road, Henderson, Nevada,89074
    702-242-5555
Procedures

Eyelid Laceration / Foreign body in Eyelid

Corneal Abrasion

 

Terminology

  • Closed globe injury or Non-penetrating trauma: The eye globe is intact, but the seven rings of the eye have been classically described as affected by blunt trauma.
  • Penetrating trauma: The globe integrity is disrupted by a full-thickness entry wound and may possibly be associated with prolapse of the internal contents of the eye.
  • Perforating trauma: The globe integrity is disrupted in two places due to an entrance and exit wound (through and through injury). This is a quite severe type of eye injury.
  • Blowout fracture of the orbit is caused by blunt trauma, classically described for fist or ball injury, leading to fracture of the floor or medial wall of the orbit due to sudden increased pressure on the orbital contents.

Eyelid Lacerations

 

 

 

Eyelid avulsions

 

  • This is an uncommon injury that can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, dog bites,or human bites.
  • Eyelid avulsions may possibly be repaired by suturing after a assessment to damage to the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels of the eyelid has occurred.

Puncture Wounds to the Eyelid

 

 

Foreign Body in the Eyelid

BB pellet in the eyelid

 

 

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